• IPPNY Spring Conference
    Energy and environmental policy are at the forefront of New York's push to build back better in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. With goals of 70 percent renewable generation by 2030 and a zero-emitting power sector by 2040 enshrined in law, this year's Spring Conference will feature discussions on how to evolve our grid and revitalize our economy.
  • Charting the Responsible Path to a New Energy Future
    IPPNY's Gavin Donohue: "This is a perfect storm of opportunity to accomplish what was once thought unachievable, and we are prepared to meet the challenges head-on and help New York build back better."
  • Advancing New York State's Clean Energy Goals
    Read IPPNY's 6 principles for meeting New York's renewable energy and emission reduction goals now!
  • Who We Are
    IPPNY is a trade association representing companies in the competitive power supply industry in New York State.
  • Understanding the True Impacts of the Champlain Hudson Power Express
    New York City's hydropower plan is a shell game at a time when climate change demands real action. A study from Energyzt shows the true impacts of the City's plan.


IPPNY's mission is to assist our member companies in becoming the premier providers of electricity in New York State.


IPPNY opposes A.6251 (Carroll) / S.4378-A (Brisport). This legislation could have major negative consequences for electric system reliability. The bill would require owners and operators of a peaker plant located in, or adjacent to, an environmental justice community to submit a compliance plan at the time of renewal of a Title V air permit from the DEC to specify how the facility will be converted to operate using renewable energy or battery energy storage in five years. If a facility is needed for reliability and a replacement with a renewable energy system or energy storage is infeasible, there can be only one five-year extension of the deadline for replacement. The DEC cannot approve a permit for a facility that does not comply with the plan.
IPPNY strongly opposes S.4378 (Brisport). This bill would have major negative consequences for electric system reliability. As New York pursues economy-wide electrification, our grid will become more dependent on wind and solar resources, which are, by their very nature, intermittent. When the wind is not blowing and the sun is not shining, peakers (rapid response, long duration, dispatchable units) will be able to support the grid and maintain reliability.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today outlined his energy and environmental priorities to develop New York State’s green economy as part of his State of the State address. The Governor’s remarks included a strong affirmation of private sector participation and competition to help evolve New York’s energy system and economy.



IPPNY Spring Conference 2021
Tuesday, May 11 & Wednesday, May 12
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IPPNY 21st Annual Golf Tournament
Monday, September 13, 2021
Saratoga National Golf Club, Saratoga Springs

IPPNY 36th Annual Fall Conference
Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Gideon Putnam Hotel, Saratoga Springs